TRIBE - Hometown: Detroit Sessions 1990-2014 (2LP)
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TRIBE

Hometown: Detroit Sessions 1990-2014 (2LP)

Strut
VÖ Datum: 08.11.2019
Genre: Jazz
Format: LP
24,99 €
Trackliste
1. Wide And Blue
2. Freddie’S Groove
3. Juba
4. Ode To Black Mothers
5. Conjure Man
6. Libra Ahora
7. Hometown
8. He The One We All Knew
9. Marcus Garvey
10. ?the Slave Ship Enterprise
TRIBE - Hometown: Detroit Sessions 1990-2014 (2LP)

Beschreibung

Strut and Art Yard present the first compilation bringing together the modern era recordings of Tribe, Detroit's acclaimed independent jazz collective.
Tribe began as a musical ensemble in 1971 co-founded by Saxophonist Wendell Harrison and trombonist Phil Ranelin that soon expanded into a broad amalgam including a live collective and independent record label. Ignored by the mainstream, many African American jazz artists in Detroit and across the US began creating their own small imprints and Tribe emerged alongside other cultural entities to express self-determination goals in the city: saxophonist Ernie Rodgers with his sessions at Rapa House; John and Leni Sinclair's Artist Workshop; Bruce Millan's Repertory Theater; the Hastings Jazz Experience and the Strata Corporation led by Kenny Cox. Harrison's ideas of independence, self-determination and education were central to the Tribe ethos: "I might be possessed with a drive to get the knowledge out," explained Harrison, "because I see this as sustaining the future of the jazz diaspora, the jazz tradition." Tribe album releases like Harrison's 'An Evening With The Devil' (1972) and Harrison and Ranelin's 'A Message From The Tribe' (1973) became early '70s milestones in Detroit jazz.
In 1977, Harrison teamed up with pianist/composer Harold McKinney to form Rebirth Inc., aided by Detroit cultural warrior John Sinclair, a continuation of the Tribe community ethos. Musically, it formed a link with radio station WDET and began an outreach program to teach children and to publish Harrison's jazz instruction books. Harrison continue to record extensively as a leader with his own labels, WenHa and Tribe, documenting the collective through sessions led by Phil Ranelin, Harold McKinney, Pamela Wise and more.
The 'Hometown' compilation places the spotlight on this later era of Tribe and Rebirth Inc., with rare and previously unreleased recordings from Harrison's WenHa / Rebirth Studios and the SereNgeti Gallery And Cultural

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